Béla Bartók was a Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist, and pianist. Bartók had been sick as a child. He had eczema, pneumonia, and a spinal curve. He was a quiet and reserved boy because of his health, but his artistic interests were still shining. He started piano classes at the age of five and found out that he had an absolute pitch at seven. He and his mother relocated following his father's death while giving piano lessons to support their needs. He then went to Budapest Music Academy, where he was regarded as a master pianist. Bela Bartok learned cello in order to play that instrument in his orchestra. Because of the scope of his research and the political instability of the time, in the 1930s, Bartók was forced to move from Hungary to New York in 1941, where his most popular masterpiece was created.
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